ABOUT THE EARLY CAREER PHYSICIAN SECTION
The goal is to help the Early Career Physicians Section (ECPS) establish peer networks in new cities, practices and identify specific interests relevant to the physician just entering practice. Early Career Physicians can join TPS committees as representatives of ECPS to voice the concerns, coordinate programs and activities that further enhance the practice of medicine. TPS offers leadership opportunities for all stages of a pediatrician’s career.
Annual Meeting Early Career Physician Opportunities
Feeling Crispy?: Reducing Physician Burnout and Restoring Meaning in Medicine Ethics
- Discuss updates from the 2022 “Physician Health and Wellness” AAP Clinical Report.
- Use the Stanford Professional Fulfillment and Burnout Measure and guided self-reflection to identify individual and organizational strategies to address physician burnout.
- Brainstorm ideas and initiatives within TPS to promote physician wellness.
Hilda Loria, MD
“TPS 101” Cross Section Meet-up
Friday, September 30, 2023
Immediately following the TPS Presidents' Reception at 6:30 PM
Medical Students, Residents/Fellows,and Early Career Physicians are invited to continue the “reception” with snacks and beverages to hear about how TPS supports you throughout all stages of your career! So join our early career physician section for an hour of connecting and conversation.
HOW CAN YOU BECOME A MEMBER OF THE SECTION?
First, you must be a member of the TPS. Physicians 40 and under or who have been in practice 5 years or less are automatically in the section andd can participate in the activities below. If you have been in practice for less than 5 years but are not receiving specail ECP invitations please contact the Director of Members Services below.
WHAT ARE SOME ECP ACTIVITIES?
- ECP board position - A current TPS member in good standing of the chapter according to the Bylaws and meets the following section qualifications; physicians 40 and under or who have been in practice 5 years or less can participate. Responsible for the section's initiatives and projects. Leads the ECP sub-committee. TPS board representative for 2021-22 is Hilda Loria, MD, MPH, FAAP, Dallas.
- ECP sub-committee: Volunteer to participate to help plan section initiatives, produce new material and resources for TPS ECPs, communicate TPS membership benefits, activities, and events that will help develop relationships across the state. Email the TPS Director of Member Services Crystal Healey to find out more information on how to participate.
- ECP award: Recognizes a TPS member resident or early career physician for exemplary service to the Texas Pediatric Society. See past winners since the awards' inception in 2015 here. Call for nominations goes out annually in February.
Connecting and Educating
- ECP focused CME sessions at Annual Meeting such as burnout and wellness.
- ECP meetups/happy hour in conjunction with the Annual Meeting, local members are invited to join without registering for the meeting!
- ECP local invitations to TPS events and dinners.
Let us know how any resources and activities that would be helpful as you start your career. Email TPS Director of Member Services Crystal Healey.
EARLY CAREER PHYSICIAN RESOURCES
For more information contact
401 West 15th Street, Suite 682
Austin, Texas 78701